Although I put out a calendar at the beginning of the month 2/2/ 2018. Many things pop up not formally recognized at that time. So this weekend are Some art openings worthy of your time. Just in is this invitation from McMow Glass
called a Bakers Dozen in collaboration with Phil Materio of MacMow Glass. Amazing what glass has evolved in terms of an art form. Note 100% of sales go to support Center of Creative Education. Located in Historic Northwood 425 24th st. WPB 33407 TOMORROW A DBL HEADER not counting the Garlic Festival
Those not familiar with artist Rickie Leiter, know her name, as she keeps the art community abreast of all the happenings that are submitted to her and then sent to the larger art community in Central Florida. In our own back yard, formerly known as our Shuffleboard Court, Armory Annex, now transformed as the Hatch 1121 by the CRA Community Redevelopment Agency. The obnoxious gorilla* removed, has taken on a rather modern feel and may proof to finally be a success.A community art display CURATED by former LW Galleriest Peter Meyerhoefer. Hopefully the work does indeed represent our community but notification were spotty. Some locals were notified early on others were given a very slim opportunity by being notified on Jan 18 and others not until January 21, giving those less than two days to submit by deadline the 24th.
Also enjoy the Lake Worth Theatre by David Whitlock, as it looked before the Cultural Council headquarters moved in. ( It lights up). Parrot Cove artist Claudia Quacinella has a triptych in this exhibition. She currently also has work in our local PNC Bank. From Royal Poinciana AnnaMaria Windisch-Hunt has one 18×18 oil, and photographer Louise Noaks who resides in the Arts Lofts submitted new work.. Eden Place Carl Stoveland. Also from South Palm Park Tracy Rosof-Peterson with a 3D work that appeals to me personally, as I have something similar in my studio. DO NOT MISS This exhibition is the Box Gallery on Belvedere a monumental work, a 32 foot long frieze in oil and gold leaf depicting the 10 year return journey of Homer. Absolutely beautifully executed with a very personal take, humanizing the sirens and the monsters from her close friends, her children acted out the monster parts by creating their own make-believe scenarios. Athena seen below. This show is scheduled to come down this weekend.
Rush don’t walk to see this work of art. * This indicates my opinion as an art critic, prior to moving to Lake Worth, I wrote an art blog in the high density art world of Miami. It was recommended by the NY art scene as credible and honest. So as you read please also judge how you view a work of art. Give it time, observe and be with one , is it cold or does it resonate.